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Sunday, October 13 • 9:45am - 12:15pm
Blog Writing Workshop LIMITED

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Blog writing seems simple, but it's THE most important part of your online presence. As many in the business say, 'content is king!' But how do you create rockstar, fabulous conent that is meaningful, searchable, and aligned with who you are? It's easy once you learn a few tricks of the trade and make those tricks part of your blog writing repertoire. In this intensive workshop, participants will work with three experts in the field - people who have been writing and blogging for years and whose work has been published in both online and print magazines, shared in books and on stage. Attendees will learn everything they need to know about solid content creation, SEO, titles, call to action, and more.

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Speakers
avatar for Bruce Fretts

Bruce Fretts

Bruce Fretts is Articles Editor of TV Guide Magazine and writes the wildly popular “Cheers & Jeers”column. Fretts also writes the daily “Cheers & Jeers” blog on tvguide.com. Prior to joining TV Guide, Fretts spent 12 years at Entertainment Weekly magazine, rising from Researcher to Critic. He wrote hundreds of articles, including cover stories on such stars as Harrison... Read More →
avatar for Amy Mascott

Amy Mascott

Amy Mascott is the creator of teachmama.com , where she shares tools and resources parents can use to become the best teachers for their children. Capitalizing on learning opportunities in the every day and inspiring curiosity through games and play, Amy encourages a ‘lifestyle of learning’ where parents both prepare their children for school and help them to grow excited and informed about the world around them... Read More →
avatar for Aliza Worthington

Aliza Worthington

Aliza Worthington grew up in Brooklyn, NY, and now lives in Baltimore. A former middle school teacher, she began writing in 2009 at the age of 40. Sometimes her writing follows The Seinfeld Model of “no learning, no hugging.” Other times it involves lots of both. She blogs about Life, Liberty and Happiness at “The Worthington Post.” Aliza is proud to be a regular contributed to the online magazine, “The... Read More →


Sunday October 13, 2013 9:45am - 12:15pm
Key 12 - Tech Lab 2nd Floor

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